Elizabeth Warren Can’t Name One ‘Decent’ Person in Trump Administration

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Liberal and outspoken critic of President Trump, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, can’t name one “decent” person in the Trump administration.

According to a report by Townhall.com, the 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful was asked on the campaign trail in Iowa if she believes any person in the current administration “is worthy of the compliment” that he or she is a “decent” human being.

Warren refused to say yes or no, but instead replied, "It's a tough question … The Mueller investigation has already produced 34 indictments or guilty pleas out of people in the President's inner circle. Ten cabinet officials have left, four with huge scandals, and others with a threat of scandal at the door. This is the most corrupt administration in living memory. That's why we gotta fight." 

This comes just days after former Vice President Joe Biden faced backlash for calling current Vice President Mike Pence a “decent guy,” as MRCTV reported.

He later backtracked and said that Pence is not “decent” for “being anti-LGBTQ rights.”

As Fox News pointed out, it looks like “calling someone in the Trump administration a ‘decent’ person could be a political liability for Democrats in 2020.”

Better be careful not to be labeled "civil" nowadays. 

(Cover Photo: Edward Kimmel, Flickr)

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